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ARCH

Any shooting, aching, throbbing or sharp pains across the bottom of the foot at any point between the heel and ball of the foot is often referred to as arch pain.

In most cases, arch pain develops from overuse, unsupportive shoes, weight gain or acute injury.

What Causes Arch Pain? 

Plantar Fasciitis

Fallen Arch

Flat Feet

Nerve Pain

High Arches

HEEL

There Are Several Conditions That Can Contribute To Heel Pain.

Heel pain is one of the most common problems we treat.

What Causes Heel Pain? 

Plantar Fasciitis

Achilles Tendonitis

Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

Sever’s Disease in Teens

Stress Fractures

Heel Neuromas

Ankle + Leg

The leg and foot are attached by the ankle joint which consists of 3 bones attached by many muscles, tendons, and ligaments.

Injury to any of these structures can cause a variety issues.

What Causes Ankle Pain?

Achilles Tendonitis

Ankle Instability

Ankle Stress Fracture

Arthritis in the Ankles

Peroneal Tendinitis

Sprained Ankle

Toes + Nails

While it’s actually possible to walk and even run without any toes at all, it’s very difficult to do it with toes that are in pain.

There are quite a few problems that can make your toes hurt, ranging from a simple fungal infection to debilitating arthritis.

What Causes Toes + Nails Pain? 

Fungal Toenails

Ingrown Toenails

Toenail Dystrophy

Broken Toes

Bunions

Hammertoes

Top of Foot

Pain in the top of your foot is, well, a pain.

You can’t wear shoes comfortably, and it might hurt each time you take a step. There are several conditions that can cause top of the foot pain, so it’s important to call our office for an evaluation to make sure you get a proper diagnosis and treatment.

What Causes Top of Foot Pain? 

Foot Neuroma

Dorsal Exostosis

Dorsal Compression Syndrome

Stress Fracture

Arthritis

Ball of Foot

Pain in the ball of your foot can have several different underlying causes.

By getting in for an appointment sooner than later, we can help you get to the root of the issue.

It’s important not to ignore foot pain because it can often lead to knee, hip and back pain when our bodies overcompensate for the injury over time.

What Causes Ball of Foot Pain?

Metatarsalgia

Neuroma

Sesamoiditis

Capsulitis

HEEL

There Are Several Conditions That Can Contribute To Heel Pain.

Heel pain is one of the most common problems we treat.

What Causes Heel Pain? 

Plantar Fasciitis

Achilles Tendonitis

Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

Sever’s Disease in Teens

Stress Fractures

Heel Neuromas

ARCH

Any shooting, aching, throbbing or sharp pains across the bottom of the foot at any point between the heel and ball of the foot is often referred to as arch pain.

In most cases, arch pain develops from overuse, unsupportive shoes, weight gain or acute injury.

What Causes Arch Pain? 

Plantar Fasciitis

Fallen Arch

Flat Feet

Nerve Pain

High Arches

Toes + Nails

While it’s actually possible to walk and even run without any toes at all, it’s very difficult to do it with toes that are in pain.

There are quite a few problems that can make your toes hurt, ranging from a simple fungal infection to debilitating arthritis.

What Causes Toes + Nails Pain? 

Fungal Toenails

Ingrown Toenails

Toenail Dystrophy

Broken Toes

Bunions

Hammertoes

Ankle + Leg

The leg and foot are attached by the ankle joint which consists of 3 bones attached by many muscles, tendons, and ligaments.

Injury to any of these structures can cause a variety issues.

What Causes Ankle Pain?

Achilles Tendonitis

Ankle Instability

Ankle Stress Fracture

Arthritis in the Ankles

Peroneal Tendinitis

Sprained Ankle

Top of Foot

Pain in the top of your foot is, well, a pain.

You can’t wear shoes comfortably, and it might hurt each time you take a step. There are several conditions that can cause top of the foot pain, so it’s important to call our office for an evaluation to make sure you get a proper diagnosis and treatment.

What Causes Top of Foot Pain? 

Foot Neuroma

Dorsal Exostosis

Dorsal Compression Syndrome

Stress Fracture

Arthritis

Ball of Foot

Pain in the ball of your foot can have several different underlying causes.

By getting in for an appointment sooner than later, we can help you get to the root of the issue.

It’s important not to ignore foot pain because it can often lead to knee, hip and back pain when our bodies overcompensate for the injury over time.

What Causes Ball of Foot Pain?

Metatarsalgia

Neuroma

Sesamoiditis

Capsulitis